Ahead of the Christmas holiday, Kaley Cuoco is looking red hot in a stunning photoshoot. Despite all her good looks, The Big Bang Theory star is overshadowed by an unexpected guest.
Striking a killer pose for the Hollywood Reporter, the filmmaker nailed her à la garçonne look that is composed of a stunning deep red pants suit, white shirt, and a festive berry tie.
Cuoco completed the look with black high heel shoes and had her long blonde hair cascading on her shoulder. For the power shot, Cuoco sat in her office while gazing at the camera.
However, fans were quick to point out that Cuoco was not the star of the photoshoot because her adorable dog, Dumps, stole the spotlight.
The Flight Attendant star captioned the Instagram post: “@hollywoodreporter The Business 😎 link in bio (styled by my N.Y. TFA ✈️ TEAM) thank you @catmthomas, Jason Sica & Lori Hicks! ( 📷”
“The real star of that photo is Dumps!!!!,” a fan pointed out to the actress.
“I love you, but the star in this photo is not you ❤️❤️🙌🏻😘😂,” another Instagrammer rushed to say.
A third person joked, “Dumps is in a fancy spread in the Hollywood Reporter! Started from the bottom now, he’s here!”
Cuoco has been on a promotional tour to push her latest HBO Max original series, The Flight Attendant.
She appeared on a recent episode of Dax Shepard‘s Armchair Expert podcast, where she spoke about dating her The Big Bang Theory co-star, Johnny Galecki.
Cuoco, who is now married to Karl Cook, had a romance with Galecki when the series just debuted.
Cuoco dropped the revelation that she and Galecki split during Season 3, in late 2009, and that is when Chuck Lorre, the show’s creator and executive producer, decided to “torture” the pair by asking them to take part in multiple steamy love scenes.
She confessed: “We got together and just fell mad for each other for about two years. But then we broke up. Luckily, Johnny and I came out of it so brilliantly. We’re closer today than we ever were. But I just remember Chuck Lorre, the genius behind our show — he’s the best. He’s loyal as ever too. He’s really special. But I remember when we broke up, you know, obviously it was a little sensitive for a minute. But I remember those weeks that Chuck had written these episodes where all of a sudden our characters were, like, sleeping together every other second.”
Both Cuoco and Galecki came to the conclusion that Lorre was “f*cking” with them. Cuoco went on to say: “Johnny and I would talk, and I’m like, ‘I think — no, but I think he did that on purpose.’ I still believe he might have, yeah, because he’s so— No, just to f— with us. It’s the latter, which makes me love him even more. But in fact, if I was with him, I would probably ask him because that came out of nowhere.”
Cuoco was able to develop a loyal following, and many observers say her new show could be a decent hit.